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THE PENNSYLVANIA 

MUSEUM AND SCHOOL 

OF INDUSTRIAL ART 

PHILADELPHIA 



COMMENCEMENT 
EXERCISES 

WITHERSPOON HALL 

THURSDAY EVENING 
MAY 19 



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PROGRAMME 



OPENING ADDRESS BY THE PRESIDENT 
JOHN D. McILHENNY 



ADDRESS 

WARREN POWERS LAIRD 

DEAN OF THE SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS 

UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA 



ANNOUNCEMENT OF DIPLOMAS AND PRIZES 



A FEW WORDS TO THE STUDENTS 
E. W. FRANCE HUGER ELLIOTT 



PENNSYLVANIA MUSEUM AND SCHOOL 
OF INDUSTRIAL ART 



DIPLOMAS AWARDED 



Alice E. Bardsley 
Gretchen R. Monroe 



COURSE IN DESIGN 

Helen Thompson 



COURSE IN 
Agnes Briggs 
Dorothy Randall Cook 
Bessie Crook 
Dorothy Dowdell 
Helen En garth 
Betty Ferguson 
Katherine M. Lehman 
Florence MacBumey 



INTERIOR DECORATION 
George A. Minnich 
Janet M. Nisbel 
Ruth Parrott 
Bessie Risley 
Joseph W. Roessner 
Alva Schultz 
Joseph Scott 
Clyde Schuler 



COURSE 
Lloyd Nelson Grofe 
Marian Grubb 
Margaret M. Heebner 
Leslie Henderson 
Helena Krause 
Margaret Leeds 
Paul Longenecker 
Mary Minnick 



IN ILLUSTRATION 
Marjorie Nickles 
Mary Ostertag 
M. Isabel Phillips 
John Pierce 
Hattie Roth 
Norman Rudolph 
Dorothy Weeks 



TEACHERS* TRAINING COURSE 
Spencer Archdeacon Alice E. Martin 

Frances Barr Helen Merrill 

Frances Hoar Effie E. Miller 

Marjorie Kaufman Jean Roberts 

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PHILADELPHIA TEXTILE SCHOOL 



REGULAR TEXTILE COURSE 



Philip Jay Berg 

Harry Berger 

William Johnston Cummings 

George Diamond 

Charles Henry Hanks, Jr. 

Henry V. Kobin 

Warren Lynford Lehman 

George Kamenow 

Max Morris Levy 

Tien Call Liu 

Bruno Majer 



Charles Lloyd Mandelerl 

Robert Paul Marenzana 

Thomas Wood Melville 

Ernest Ferdinand Oppenheimer, Jr. 

Richard Camillo Pohlers 

George Edward Raymond 

Hovk'ard Newell Smith 

Matthew Vincent Tirrell 

Clarence E. Unterberg 

Leonard Samuel Wolff 

Thomas King Uen Yip 



CHEMISTRY. DYEING AND PRINTING COURSE 

Leon Edward Ott 
David Harvey Patterson 



Joseph Edmund Goodavage 
Edward Rogers Hopkins 



PRIZE SCHOLARSHIPS 

JAMES H. CRESSON SCHOLARSHIP: 
Marian E. Fogg 

ELIZABETH DUANE GILLESPIE SCHOLARSHIPS: 

Frances H. Blester Ruth Rosenquist 

Rodney Clarke Gladys B. Sims 

Anne V. Lawson ^ 

THOMAS SKELTON HARRISON SCHOLARSHIPS: 

Natalie Harlan Davis Ruth Johnson 

Marian Ewing Myron I. Sharp 

THE MR. AND MRS. JOHN D. McILHENNY SCHOLAR- 
SHIPS: 

Florence McCarthy Grace Norcross 

MERIT SCHOLARSHIP. To the Student attaining the highest rating 
for the year's work, including the final examinations. Regular Evening 
Textile Course: 

Harold Priestly, First Year. 

Leonard Robert Alexander, Second Year. 



PRIZES 

ASSOCIATE COMMITTEE OF WOMEN'S PRIZES: 

Fir»l Prize. Elizabeth Duane Gillespie Prize, For best work 
in the Industrial Drawing Course: Muriel Jaisohn. 
Honorable Mention : Martha Colley. 

Second Prize. For work in Design: (Batik) Sarajane Smith. 
Third Prize. For work in Design: Alice Bardsley. 

THE MEREDITH ALLISON PRIZE. General excellence in Nature 
Study Work, Design and Normal Classes: 

Helen McCarthy. 

Honorable Mention : Elizabeth Price. 

THE MAJOR CHARLES WEAVER BAILEY PRIZE. For gen- 
eral excellence in Nature Study Work: 

Rudolph Pott. 

Honorable Mention: W. Hall Thorn. 

THE JOSEPH T. BAILEY MEMORIAL PRIZES. For work 
from Nature: 

Frank Adams. 

THE JOSEPH T. BAILEY MEMORIAL PRIZE. For the best 
Horse Show Poster: 

Grace Norcross, 

Honorable Mention: William Blood. 

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MRS. ISABELLE B. BAILEY PRIZE. General excellence in Nature 
Study Work, Illustration Class: 

John Geiszel, 

Honorable Mention: Abraham Hankin. 

Honorable Mention: William J. Glackens. 

MRS. ISABELLE B. BAILEY PRIZE. For the best seal for Blue- 
bird Gold Mines: 

Mrs. Bessie McCullough. 

EMERGENCY AID — DISABLED SOLDIERS' FUND PRIZE. 
For best sketches by Federal Board Students from animals or birds at 
Zoological Gardens : 

First Prize: John Barns. 

Second Prize: William J. Glackens. 

WOMEN'S PENNA. SOCIETY FOR PREVENTION OF 
CRUELTY TO ANIMALS PRIZE. For best "Humane" 
poster: 

Herman Bacharach. 

MISS MARY DOBBINS PRIZE. To Federal Board Students for 
most progress in Nature Study Class: 

First Prize: Abraham Hankin. 

Second Prize: John Geiszel. 



MRS. JOHN WISTER PRIZE. For best decorative Bird Study in 
Illustration Class: 

Herman Bacharach. 



THE. H. H. BATTLES PRIZES. For Flower Studies: 
First: Eleanor Cohen. 
Second: Helen Merrill. 
Third: Elizabeth Price. 

$5.00 to each of the following: 

William Hall Thorn Helen McCarthy 

Ruth Elliott Herman Bacharach 

Mildred Eckert William Blood 

Edgar Adams Rudolph Pott 

Margaret Malpass Milton Burger 

THE MRS. JASPER YEATES BRINTON PRIZE. For General 
Excellence in Jewelry: John Bogdan. 

THE MRS. WILLIAM T. CARTER PRIZE. For Costume Design: 
Myra Butterworth. 

THE J. BURNETT MATTSON PRIZE. For Pottery: 
Mildred Eckert. 

THE EMMA S. CROZIER PRIZES: 

For Modeling: Gladys Sims. 
Honorable Mention: Mildred Jantzen. 
For Drawing: Helen C. Lowden. 
Honorable Mention: Abraham Molind. 

THE MRS. RODMAN ELLISON PRIZE: 
Florence McCarthy. 

THE GIRLS* INDUSTRIAL ART LEAGUE PRIZE 
Mildred Jantzen. 

Hono/able Mention: Helen Brady. 

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THE FREDERICK GRAFF PRIZE: For architectural excellence 
in Interior Decoration: 
George Minnich. 
Honorable Mention: Agnes Briggs. 

THE MRS. HENRY S. GROVE PRIZE. For the best-made 
costume: Dorothy Kneedler. 

THE MRS. JOHN HARRISON PRIZE: For Iron Work: 
William Schumacher. 

THE MRS. J. L. KETTERLINUS PRIZE. For decorative quality in 
illustrative work: Grelchen Monroe. 

THE MISS NINA LEA PRIZE. For water-color rendering: 
John Barnes. 

THE MRS. HENRY PERRY LELAND PRIZE: 
Quentin Jaxon. 
Honorable Mention: Elizabeth Bolden. 

THE CAROLINE AXFORD MAGEE PRIZE. For Painting: 
Isabel Phillips. 
Honorable Mention: Leslie Henderson. 

"THE MRS. FRANCIS FORBES MILNE PRIZE. For Furniture: 
Bessie Risley. 
Honorable Mention: George Minnich. 

THE IVV^RY LUCRETIA RAMSBORGER PRIZE. For sketches 
made in the Alumni Sketch Class: 
Pearl Hill. 

Honorable Mention: Lloyd Dotterer. 

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THE MRS. THOMAS ROBERTS PRIZE. For General Excellence: 
Agnes Briggs. 

THE MRS. C. SHILLARD-SMITH PRIZE. For the graduating 
class in Illustration: 

John Pierce. 

THE MRS. JACQUELINE HARRISON SMITH PRIZE. For dec- 
orative treatment of an Illustration theme: 

Norman Rudolph. 

Honorable Mention: Margaret Leeds. 

THE JAMES F. SULLIVAN PRIZE. For General Excellence: 
Nelson Groff. 

THE F. WEBER & CO. PRIZE. For work in Instrumental Drawing: 
Francesca Dos Passos. 
Honorable Mention: Beatrice Larer. 

THE MRS. JONES WISTER PRIZE. For Carving: 
Amelia Sosnowski. 
Honorable Mention: Mildred Eckert. 

THE ELIZABETH WOLL PRIZE. For Costume Design: 
Ruth Johnson. 

THE MRS. H. S. PRENTISS NJCHOLS PRIZES. For Design: 
First Prize: Rodney Clark. 
Second Prize: Marian Ewing. 

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THE PHILADELPHIA TEXTILE SCHOOL 

THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF COTTON MANU- 
FACTURERS' MEDAL. For General Excellence, Regular 
Course, Third Year: 

Leonard Samuel Wolff 

THE HENRY FRIEDBERGER MEMORIAL PRIZE. To student 
ranking second in general excellence, Regular Course, Third 
Year: 

Charles Lloyd Mandelert. 

Honorable Mention: Bruno Majer. 

THE "TEXTILE WORLD" PRIZE. To student of Third-Year 
Chemistry, Dyeing and Printing Class, attaining the highest rat- 
ing for the year's work. 

David Harvey Patterson. 

THE "TEXTILE WORLD" PRIZE. To student of Evening Chem- 
istry and Dyeing, attaining the highest rating for the full three- 
year course: 

Elmer J. Glaeser. 

Honorable Mention: August Fredk. Schall, Jr. 

THE ASSOCIATE COMMITTEE OF WOMEN'S PRIZE. For 
Jacquard design with executed fabrics, Regular Course, Third 
Year: 

Robert Paul Marenzana. 

Honorable Mention : Bruno Majer. 

Leonard Samuel Wolff. 

MRS. FRANCES FORBES MILNE SPECIAL PRIZE. To student 
also ranking second in general excellence. Regular Course, third 
year : 

Bruno Majer. 

THE MISS CLYDE PRIZE FOR JACQUARD DESIGN, with 
executed fabrics. Regular Course, Second Year^ 

Clarence John Abbott, Jr. 

Honorable Mention : Lester Joseph Baron. 
Harold Allen Caswell. 

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THE MRS. HENRY S. GROVE PRIZE. To day student produc 
ing the best specially designed and woven Jacquard fabric : 

Fred. Hamilton McMahon. 

Honorable Mention : James Warren Kegreisz. 
Carl Adolph Luft. 

THE JOHN G. CARRUTH PRIZE. For highest rating in the 
Wool Course, Second Year: 

Lincoln William Hanke. 

Honorable Mention : Carl Zimmerman. 

THE KROUT & FITE MANUFACTURING COMPANY PRIZE. 

For highest rating in the Cotton Course, Second Year : 

Louis Harold Hinrichs. 

Honorable Mention: Leonard Moyer Murphy. 

THE DELTA PHI PSI FRATERNITY PRIZE. For general ex- 
cellence in Weave Formation and Fabric Analysis. First-Year 
Classes : 

A. Ward France. 

Honorable Mention : Roger M. Grimwade. 

William Frederick Seitz, Jr. 

THE DELTA KAPPA PHI FRATERNITY PRIZE. For best 
executed work on the Hand Harness Loom, First- Year Day 
Classes: 

Jacob Breen. 

Honorable Mention : Edv^rard Cornelius Jouret. 

THE PHI PSI FRATERNITY PRIZE. For best executed work in 
Color Harmony and Design, First- Year Day Classes: 

William Frederick Seitz, Jr. 

Honorable Mention : Roger M. Grimwade. 
Francis C. Nies. 
Harold J. Kerrigan. 

SIGMA PHI TAU FRATERNITY PRIZE. For highest rating in 
Chemistry and Dyeing, First-Year Day Classes : 

G. Edwin Wilson. 

Honorable Mention : Franklin Brown. 

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CERTIFICATES 
FULL-COURSE CERTIFICATES—DAY CLASSES 

COTTON COURSE (Two Years) 

Robert Notman Ball, Jr. Mark Phelps Fox 

William Woodbury Carter, Jr. Louis Harold Hinrichs 

Mandell Crothers George Liberman 

David Finkelstein Leonard Moyer Murphy 

Harry Beekman Schaeffcr 

SILK COURSE (Two Years) 

Bernard Gutman Car! Adolph Luf t 

James Warren Kegreisz Fred Hamilton McMahon 

Cyril Paul Murphy 



WOOL AND WORSTED COURSE (Two Years) 



Kendrick Marsh Amsden 
Lemuel Joshua Coburn 
Floyd MacLean Day 
Paul Harrison Donly 
Clarence Bernard Geib 
Carl John Hahn 
Lincoln William Hanke 
Randolph Emery Hodgson 



Martin William Jeck 
Samuel Philip Koerner 
David Potter Mitchell 
Wilbert Ernest Sault 
Edwin Charles Shuttlework 
Joseph Alexander Truitt 
Fredrick Charles Weihenmayer, Jr. 
Carl Henry Zimmerman 
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PARTIAL COURSE CERTIFICATES 



TWO YEARS OF THE REGULAR TEXTILE COURSE 



Clarence John Abbott. Jr. 
Gustav Gerald Amsterdam 
Arthur Winton Bachman 
Lester Joseph Baron 
Robert David Bradley 
Harold Allen Caswell 
Roy Cleeland 
Allen Oscar Cohen 
Saul Seymour Dvorkin 
Jules Carl Fierman 
Bernard Beril Fischer 
Harry Friedman 
Maurice Glatstone 
Clifton Martin Jones 
Benjamin Kaufman 



Harold Stewart Birkly 

Irving Tobias Klein 

Max Berlhold Laupheimer, Jr. 

Louis Marder 

Stephen Spiero Marks 

Samuel Alfred Newman 

Henry Albert Portong 

Irwin Rabinowitz 

Allan Dale Rosenheim 

Irwin Rottenberg 

Lewis Alexander Sandler 

Herman Frank Stolzenberg 

Kenneth Eakin Watson 

Harold Joseph Wilson 

Nathan Judah Wilson 



TWO YEARS OF THE CHEMISTRY, DYEING AND 
PRINTING COURSE 



Prescott Beach 

John Esler Bell 

Randall Pennington Blauvelt 

Harold Deuel Chase 

Edwin Lewis Hansen 

John Henry Hennessey 



Kenneth Abbott Lane 
Adolph Tannenbaum 
Arthur Moses Tanzer 
Joseph Stanley Thackrah 
Edward Coddington Titus, Jr. 
Pierre Joseph Theve 



FULL-COURSE CERTIFICATES— EVENING CLASSES 

REGULAR TEXTILE COURSE (Three Years) 



William Alfred Barracloug^ 
Frederick Charles Dietz 



John Mawson, 2cl 
Reginald Walter Warren 



CHEMISTRY COURSE (Three Years) 
William Stewart Thomas A. Mee 



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CHEMISTRY AND DYEING COURSE (Three Years) 



James Ballock 
John Ballock, Jr. 
Donald J. Campbell 
Samuel J. Casto 
Harry Gaf ney 
Elmer J. Glaeser 
Carl John Hahn 
Hubert Hoffman 
Joseph P. HofFner 
Russell William Hunt 



Paul M. Mailley 
Francis Patrick Murphy 
August Frederick Schall, Jr. 
Oscar Schwarz 
James Clinton Stafford 
George E. Swope 
Roscoe I. Tune 
Joseph J. Wall 
George A. Westphal 
Carl F. Wittenberg 



PARTIAL COURSE CERTIFICATES— EVENING CLASSES 

WEAVE FORMATION (Three Years) 
Laughlin Cameron Howard Hamilton Whittle David Lubar 



FIGURED DESIGN (Two Years) 



George Oldham, Jr. 



Wilbert Ernest Saull 



WOOL YARN MANUFACTURE (Two Years) 

Charles Ronald Bechtle Franklin Benjamin Sykes John Irvin Purdy 
Adolph Grau 

RAW MATERIALS OF THE WOOL INDUSTRY (One Year) 

Benjamin Bickstein Charles E. Harbison 

Harold Brownlee William Alfred Hill 

Arnold Crabtree Robert Edward Pent 

Howard N. Feist Francis X. Powers 

Calvin Fredrick E. Russell Schaeffer 

Norman Garton Edwin Scholes 

James Thomas Grey Samuel Tuckeman 
Leslie Hance 



WORSTED YARN 

Leonard Robert Alexander 
Ralph Blair 
Harry Camenisch 
John Clisham 
Arnold Crabtree 
Henry Erben, 3d 
Adolph Grau 
James Thomas Grey 
Leslie Hance 



MANUFACTURE (One Year) 

Charles E. Harbison 
William Alfred Hill 
Leonard Moyer Murphy 
Joseph F. Newhouse 
Robert Edward Pent 
Francis X. Powers 
John Irvin Purdy 
Edwin Scholes 
Robert J. Weidel, Jr. 

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Honorable Mention to the following students of the Philadelphia 
Textile School for successful completion of the year's work: 



Frederick Furth Berlinger 
William Joseph Berrien 
Horace Arcus Boardman 
Jacob Breen 
Franklin Brown 
James Gamble Camack 
Kenneth Cranston Carter 
Franklin Earl Coe 
D. Singleton Cook 
Robert Darius Cranston, Jr. 
James William Cunliffe 
Wilton Gardiner Duncanson 
Donald Roy Durie 
George Shannonhouse Elliott 
Paul Andrew Endriss 
William Oxley Fairbanks 
William Folgeman 
Charles Fleet Foster 
A. Ward France 
Seamon Ralph Friedner 
Frederick D. Frissell, Jr. 
Leonard P. Garfunkel 
William Gartenberg 
Charles Kennedy Gibson 
Milton Goldner 
Frank Goodman 
Roger M. Grimwade 
William Gross 
Joseph Hamburger 
Edward Lukens Hawke 
Leslie Hiler 
ClifFord Pike Hoppin 
Edward Joseph Hughes 



James Wortley Ingham 
Edward Salisbury Inman 
William Washington Johl 
Edward Cornelius Jouret 
Harold Joseph Kerrigan 
Ivan Cleon Kline 
Carl W. Knobloch 
Samuel L. Lewis, Jr. 
Robert Goldsmith Levy 
Jerome Loewe 
Edward Maltz 
Charles Paul March 
Charles Moran 
Richard Morris Nathans 
Francis Casion Nies 
Ernest Bernard Otto 
James Duffy Pearce 
Thomas Eccles Regan 
John Jacob Repp, Jr. 
Sidney Rosenthal 
William Frederick Seitz, Jr. 
Lewis MacCuen Smith 
Bernard Stark 
Octavien Tessier 
Marcus Thompson 
James Westwood Tolar 
Norman Weil 

Robert Marychurch Whitmore 
G. Edwin Wilson 
Richard Pratt Wilson 
Eugene Ford Williams 
Frank Bridges Williams 
Carl F. Wittenberg 



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